Jenna Maddocks, 2002 graduate of Norwalk High School, earned her bachelor of science degree in early childhood education on Dec. 17 from Cleveland State University. Jenna, daughter of Scott and Dora Maddocks of Norwalk, received Summa Cum Laude and Golden Key Honor Society distinguished recognition for finishing her career with a 3.98 grade-point average. Maddocks was granted the Outstanding Student Teacher Award from the College of Education and Human Services, as recommended strongly by her university supervisor and mentor teacher. Less than 20 percent of student teachers earn this achievement. She is now being nominated for consideration of the annual COEHS Golden Apple Award. Jenna conducted her student teaching experience in the Bay Village City School district, where she also coached their high school junior varsity volleyball team. Jenna additionally received Cleveland State University's President Award for being the student-athlete to graduate with the highest grade-point average.
A total of 2,281 students at Wright State University earned dean's list honors during the fall 2006 quarter, based on grade point averages.